/PRNewswire/ -- The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog urges persons in China, Eastern Europe, the Middle East or South/Central America who would like to take advantage of the US government's EB-5 Visa program to call 866-714-6466 before they start throwing money at attorneys and or 'Regional Center' investment opportunities.
WASHINGTON, March 9, 2017 Their biggest concern is a person or family like this will overpay for legal services or worse throw their money away on an investment that is over-priced, poorly planned, or it is little more than a scheme to steal the investor's money.
The Watchdog's fees are extremely reasonable and their due diligence service is market/area and investment specific with a huge emphasis on honesty. Additionally, as part of their service they will do their best to ensure a EB-5 Visa applicant/investor is dealing directly with some of the most skilled and experienced lawyers EB-5 attorneys in the US-who do not overcharge their clients. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com
Recently, the Watchdog spoke with a South American business person who was on the verge of spending $40K US on a US based law firm-just for his initial application along with what would have been a significant investment in an apartment REIT in Southern California-plus additional back end legal fees that would have been another $40K. The group told the potential EB-5 Visa applicant very bluntly that in their opinion the law firm's fee were excessive.
Adding insult to potential injury the new apartment building in Southern California that had been promoted by a regional center had virtually no tenants-after being available for occupancy for three months. The apartment markets in much of Southern California are overbuilt, and the last thing the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog wants to see happen is a EB-5 Visa applicant/investor wasting their money on an investment that will not produce a return for a very long time-or ever.
One of the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's big worries about the USCIS EB-5 Visa program is that international law firms in China, Central America, the Middle East or in Europe could be more interested in fee generation for the firm than a high quality outcome for the EB-5 Visa applicant. At the same time-they are not confident an international law firm would be very accurate when it comes to solid investment advice related to a satisfactory investment for the applicant, or a regional center that has a make sense investment for the applicant. Their initiative is all about protecting the EB-5 Visa program applicant and their money, asking, "Why settle for less?" http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com
For more information related to investment due diligence for a potential EB-5 Visa investor, please contact the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog at 866-714-6466. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com
EB-5 Visa Program News:
For a news article related to a financial opportunity that involved dozens of Chinese investors participating in a EB-5 Visa application/investment, please review an updated news story on ongoing litigation: https://vtdigger.org/2017/02/13/more-eb-5-investors-allege-fraud-sending-claims-above-30m/.
For a news article related to EB-5 Visa applicants from the Middle East, please refer to the recent CNN news article: http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/28/news/economy/investor-visas-eb5-middle-east-immigration-trump/.
For another recent story about Chinese investors wishing to get a EB-5 Visa, please refer to the following NBC news story from January 2017. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/asian-america/developer-pleads-guilty-fraud-after-spending-immigrant-investor-funds-personal-n704696
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SOURCE Wall Street Fraud Watchdog